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Otto Roth

Otto Roth, occasionally rendered as Willy Otto Roth or Dr. Rot, was a Hungarian and Romanian lawyer and politician who served as the only Commissioner-in-Chief of the Banat Republic, between October 1918 and February 1919. Hungarian Jewish but non-religious, he entered politics with the Hungarian Social Democratic Party while still a subject of the Kingdom of Hungary. Roth was a local councilor in Timișoara during most of World War I, emerging as a regional leader... Read More

BornDecember 6, 1884
Nagy-Mutnik, Austria-Hungary (today Mâtnicu Mare, Romania)
DiedApril 22, 1956 (aged 71)
Timișoara, Romanian People's Republic
NationalityHungarian
Romanian
Banatian
OccupationLawyer, journalist, politician
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